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State Reps. Eskamani, Smith, Morales Score A on Progress Florida 2022 Report Card on Key Votes

ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN) – Progress Florida, in partnership with Florida Watch, released their People First Report Card in which they graded each Florida lawmaker “based on their voting record on issues that matter to everyday Floridians: health, the economy, public schools, housing affordability, clean energy and water, reproductive freedom, equality, safeguarding democracy, and more.” Here’s how the…

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Florida Legislature approves property insurance package

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The Florida House of Representatives on Wednesday gave final passage to sweeping property insurance legislation that creates a $2 billion reinsurance fund and rewrites rules on coverage denials and attorney fees, as lawmakers attempt to stabilize rising rates and insurer losses. The legislative package now awaits the signature of Gov. Ron…

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Congressman Darren Soto Endorses State Rep. Daisy Morales in Newly Drawn HD 44

ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN) – Today, the Daisy Morales campaign announced in a press release that US Congressman Darren Soto endorsed her for a second term in the Florida House. Parts of Congressman Soto’s and Representative Morales’ districts cross, representing the same constituents. Representative Daisy Morales will run in Florida House District 44, after the Florida…

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Rep. Daisy Morales on Track to Have 100 Bills Signed into Law in First Term

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (FNN) – In her legislative update with Florida National News, freshman State Representative Daisy Morales (D-48) is on track to have over 100 bills she sponsored and co-sponsored signed into law during her first term (2020-2022) in the Florida House.   Bipartisan Support Morales, a Democratic lawmaker, prides herself as a bipartisan champion for…

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Rep Daisy Morales Veterans Bill clears final committee, heads to House floor

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (FNN) – CS/HB 45, by Representative Daisy Morales (D- Orlando) and Representative Christopher Benjamin (D- Miami Gardens), passed unanimously in the State Affairs Committee today. The bill provides a fee waiver for the remaining tuition and fees not covered by the GI Bill for educational benefits. This bill would allow those veterans who are deemed eligible the opportunity to receive…

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